The Little Review, June 1914 (Vol. 1, No. 4)

The Little Review, June 1914 (Vol. 1, No. 4)

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Table of Contents
  • The Little Review
  • “Incense and Splendor”
  • A Kaleidoscope
    • Blanche Sweet—Moving-Picture Actress
    • Girl, You Shall Mock No Longer
    • The Amaranth
    • An Argument
      • I. The voice of the man who is impatient with visions and Utopias.
      • II. The Rhymer’s reply. Incense and Splendor.
    • Darling Daughter of Babylon
    • I Went Down Into the Desert
    • Encountered on the Streets of the City
    • The Stubborn Mouse
    • The Sword-Pen of the Rhymer
  • Futurism and Pseudo-Futurism
  • A Wonder-Child Violinist
  • The New Paganism
  • Gloria Mundi
  • The Will to Live
  • Keats and Fanny Brawne
  • A New Woman from Denmark
  • Editorials
    • Galsworthy’s Little Human Comedy
    • Knowledge or Prejudice
    • Rupert Brooke’s Visit
    • “Books and the Quiet Life”
  • New York Letter
  • Correspondence
    • Miss Columbia: An Old-Fashioned Girl
    • Poetry to the Uttermost
    • Reflections of a Dilettante
    • The Immortality of the Soul
  • Book Discussion
    • Dostoevsky—Pessimist?
    • The Salvation of the World à la Wells
    • A Novelist’s Review of a Novel
    • The Immigrant’s Pursuit of Happiness
    • The Unique James Family
    • De Morgan’s Latest
    • The Economics of Social Insurance
    • Prose Poems of Ireland
  • To William Butler Yeats
  • Sentence Reviews
  • Where the Little Review Is on Sale
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